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"Half-Day Buggy Adventure: Mayan Village
"Half-Day Buggy Adventure: Mayan Village Tequila Museum and Punta Sur""Your tour begins with a 10:00am hotel pickup in Cozumel or the cruise ship pier. The first stop will be at the beach club where you will snorkel from the shore under the direct supervision of a professional dive master on a beautiful Coral Reef surrounde you will be taken back to the car and the staff will offer you some soft drinks water or beer before you continue with your tour around the island of Cozumel. You will be able to continue driving the jeep or buggy and have a great time. Buggy to see the Punta Sur Eco Park Beach Club and Tequila Museum.Continue touring around you will visit Punta Sur Park where you will visit the first lighthouse of Cozumel the Mayan Ruin El Caracol and the Ecological Reserve. Then you will be served a delicious Mexican lunch at the restaurant located at the last corner of the island.Finally
From $78.00
 
2-Tank Certified Dive Excursion in Cozumel
"You will enjoy a 2-tank at a dive center in Cozumel with professional multi-lingual staff onsite and all necessary permits and licenses required to access the National Marine Park. The dive center where you will be diving at is located at the Allegro Cozumel South of Cozumel Island where we have only 5 to 10 minutes by boat to reach all famous reefs such as Palancar Colombia and many more. Your will join the afternoon departure leaving at 1pm from the pier. With this double tank dive package you would be taken to two of the most beautiful reefs within the National Marine park of the island of Cozumel. Here you can discover the stunning underwater world of Cozumel. In between the two dives you would have some time on the boat to enjoy the sun and views and to get ready for the second dive.The reefs within the National Marine park are considered to be one of the Top 10 dive destinations worldwide so beautiful diving is guaranteed."
From $85.00
 
PADI Discover Scuba Diving in Cozumel
"There is nothing like breathing underwater for the very first time. It takes a little time getting used to it but after a few minutes most participants realize how easy scuba diving really is. The biggest challenge instructors are facing with the PADI Discover Scuba Diving program is not coaxing participants into the water but coaxing them out when the program has been completed. This is a day program with a pool session and a guided open water boat dive to one of the amazing local reefs. Discover this sport and the magnificent underwater world."""Take your first breath underwater and discover the stunning reefs of the island of Cozumel. This program includes a professional guide and all necessary equipment.title=Highlights&1=All+necessary+equipment+included&2=Perfect+introduction+for+first-time+visitors&3=Informative%2C+friendly+and+professional+guide
From $170.00

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Shopping Hazards

I purchased a "Tanzanite ring,14K with Diamonds" was $550 I paid $350. My friend purchased an "emerald pendant set in white 14K" for $400 was $700 at Royal Jewels International Cozumel. The owner...
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Driving Hazards

When you rent a jeep to tour the island you have to fill vehicle before returning it. The gas attendants will crowd around the front of the gas pump so that you can't see the amount. They must not...
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Water Hazards

Items were taken while we were in the water snorkeling. Either a couple on the trip or the captain took them. Cozumel Trip Excursions was the company we booked with but they also were other company...
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Crime

I was ripped off in broad daylight by two of the employees of this company. The young men pulled up on a motor scooter while I was snorkeling with my family and they took off with all of our knapsacks...
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Mosquitoes

I just returned from a cruise of which one of the stops was Cozumel; I've been there many other times, but this was the first time to experience the mosquitos from hell. Wow, bloodsuckers attached to...
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No Service Sunday

We made the same mistake 2 years in a row, traveling to Cozumel on a Sunday. Many of the restaurants are closed and many of the shops are closed or close early in the day. There are no cruise ships in...
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Eating-Drinking Hazards

Bringing food to the Faro Celarain Ecopark is not allowed. There are restaurants at the resorts inside the park like at the La Plaza Heromosa. Make sure to eat first before you head to the ecopark.
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No Littering

At the ecopark in Faro Ceralain in Cozumel, Mexico, there are signs that warn visitors and tourists to not throw their cigarettes along the way because this might cause fire and destroy the...
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Weather Hazards

Holy hell the sun was strong when we were in Cozumel as well as it being incredibly hot. Fortunately we had applied sunblock with an SPF of 110 and wore hats. Even with sunblock I was a little pink on...
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Hazards for the Mobility Impaired

If you are mobility impaired i.e. wheelchair, crutches, trouble walking, etc. then this warning is for you. Many of the sidewalks and streets have potholes, loose stones, and curbs with no ramps....
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Top Hotels in Isla Cozumel

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Carretera Costera Sur Km.12.9 Zona Hotel, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Calle 2 Norte #3/5 av & Rafael Melgar, Col Centro, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Quintana Roo, Mexico
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Km 16.5 Carretera Sur San Francisco Palancar, Quintana Roo, 77600, Mexico
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Top Things to Do in Isla Cozumel

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Faro Celarain Eco Park

There is a watchtower made of bamboo stilts with palm tree leaves as its roof at the beach. I wanted to go and climbed it but the guy at the hut did not allow me. It looked really nice to just sit...
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Chankanaab

We arrived in Cozumel on a Monday and wanted to test out or dive gear before going diving on Tuesday. My parents had been to Chankanaab many years ago and don't recall paying anything to access the...
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Mainland Daytrips

They have been there longer than us, so the survival of all the tourism keeps them alive today. I last went to one in 1988, for Chitzen Itza. It was great, and a few pics area shown from then. The...
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San Gervasio

In the past three years I have become a Coz junky. Great Diving and Great People. I can highly recommend a trip to San Gervasio, but wear long sleeves, long pants, closed shoes, and most importantly...
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Beaches

Paradise Beach is extremely clean and the staff is amazing! There are lots of water activities as well as land. They have many blow up slides, climbing things, and trampolines. They also have...
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Snorkel or Helmet Dive

This Jeep and Snorkel Tour in Cozumel is certainly a highlight and included not only sightseeing and snorkeling, also a delicious lunch and beach time. It was perfect for our family as we were all...
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Quero

"Coz: Going with the flow (of the Yucatan Current)"
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Maria_75

"ISLA COZUMEL"
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grandmaR

"Dive In"
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Tolik

"Western Caribbean Cruise"
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Dabs

"A nice day trip from Playa del Carmen"
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